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at their home four miles north of Co?
.tage Grove, October 1, a ten pound
Cleveland’s Baking Powder.
Buy an Edison Phonograph at
’s Music Store and enjoy the
long winter evenings.
M. H. Lewis of Waitsburg, Washing vember term of court are John Kirk
Mr. J. W. Nokes has platted twenty
ton, has" been in Cottage Grove this and W. N. Wheeler of this city, I. lots immediately south of the corpora
week.“viewing the lay of the land,” Petrie of Lorane, and D. P. Caldwell tion limits, each lot being 50x100 feet.
and visiting his old friend Hamilton and James Groom of Saginaw.
It is a pleasant location, and the prop
Gammage, who last spring bought a
Cream of Tartar comes from grapes. erty will doubtless meet with ready
farm near Sagftiaw. Mr. Lewis may Every crimson drop of grape juice sale.
conclude to take up his residence here. contains its integral part of grape acid,
W. B. Hartley of The Dalles writes
^D. C. Baughman has bought the or cream of tartar. This is what good The Sentinel: “I have received the
property formerly occupied by the
three copies of the new paper, and
Griffin-Veatch company on Wall street, made from.
wish - to compliment you upon the ap
and will open a merchandising estab Albany Democrat: “Linn' county pearance and splendid news features,
lishment therein in the near future. will pay nearly $2500 this year to the and more particularly the mining
game and fish wardens, and there news. I have interests in the Bohemia
The price paid was $3,000.
E. B. Grable sews on shoe soles and ought to be something doing all along mines, and am glad to have news of
guarantees his work. Give him a call, the line. Oregon needs J. W. Baker anything that is ‘doing’ in the camp.”
for state warden. Baker was worth a- J. T. Kirk, W. H. Abrams, C. H.
on Fourth street.
Supt. L. S. Hill of the Brown Lum- dozen of the present state game war Burkholder, D. T. Awbrey, W. J. Ray-
ber company transacted business in den, according to the opinion heard by ser and E. B. Miner were at the county
the Democrat. An enormous sum is seat on Monday.
Portland on Tuesday.
J. H. Cooley, a retail lumber mer- being paid in Oregon for something.
Remember H. C. Cook has moved to
chant of Medford, was in town on Mon
the Woodward building.
Members of the promotion depart
J. H. Chambers, who has extensive Veatch’s Music store until November ment of the Commercial club met in
lumber manufacturing interests at 1st, to make room for new stock.
regular session on Wednesday evening,
Prof. Tucker’s family will move to all being present except Mr. A. B.
Ashland, spent a portion of the week
Black Butte, where the professor is Wood, who was absent from the city.
in that city.
engaged as a school teacher.-
The finances of the department were
Olympic Process Barley, 75 pound
E. B. Miner has. filed on two mining carefully gone over, and the books
sacks. The cheapest and best,- $1.25
audited, resulting in an exact tally be
per sack at Spray-Wynne Company. .. claims in the Bohemia district.
Mr-. ■ and Mrs. E. K. Barnes enter tween the secretary and treasurer.
There seems to be no question but
tained Mrs. J. C.' Booth of Lebanon
The Superlative, published each
what the bitulithic or asphalt-conerete
school yeay by students of the High
pavement is the best for durability and last Sunday.
H. C. Cook will welcome you in his school, will be issued sometime in No
new location in the Woodward build- vember. There will be a number of
Mr. T. C. Wheeler, cashier of the
First National Bank, was a recent vis ing.
important improvements in the paper !
D. F. Skene of Eugene transacted
itor to the county seat.
this year. It will be published bi-
business here on Saturday, as^ did also monhtly instead of monthly.
Charles H.- Chadbourne of Drain died
suddenly on Friday. He was born oh George A. Phippen of the same place.
You can pick out a diamond for a
D. J. Dunn was a county seat visitor
the battlefield of Lexington in 1831.
Christmas present now. Madsen will
Mr. and Mrs. Kurtz left the first of
put them away for you.
Miss Motter returned on Saturday Several complaints against the poor
the week for Oakland, where Mr. Kurtz
from a pleasant visit with Eugene
is constructing a water system.
condition of sidewalks have been
Forty pound China Pheasant Flour
brought to the attention of the council
W; M. Johnson died at his home in
for one bushel of wheat at Spray-
men. On Wednesday the marshal re
ported a defective walk, where a pe
The Western Oregon has become The
destrian had fallen and sustained in
R. W. Waters has completed his con
Cottage Grove Sentinel, with Lew A.
tract for painting the Booth-Kelly
Cates at the helm. It is a neatly
You can pick out a diamond for a
store building at Saginaw.
printed 12-page paper and well. edited.
Christmas present now. Madsen will
The Presbyterian church-has just re
It should succeed.—Roseburg News.
put them away for you.
ceived an individual communion set.
The United States Civil Service Com
No matter what your condition in
The sacrament of 'the Lord’s supper
mission will hold an examination for
will be administered' on Sunday, Oct. life is you should hear about “The
forest rangets at every National Forest 31.
Empty Cradle” at the Methodist
church Sunday evening.
headquarters in the state of Washing
All kinds of sewing machine needles
ton and Oregon and Alaska, included
Marshal Snodgrass arrested Geo|
at Marion Veatch’s.
in this district, on Monday and Tues
on Monday night on the charge of
A. L. Wynne captured a gray eagle
day, October 25 and 26.
drunkenness on the street, and upon
west of Cottage Grove on Sunday that
Call on H. C. Cook in his new loca
being arraigned before Recorder Van-
measured six feet from tip to tip of its
tion in the Woodward building.
Denberg he was assessed $10 and costs.
wings. The bird, after having been, in
Messrs. Rostein & Greenbaum of
Some of our townspeople have been
the hands of a taxidermist, will have a
Salem have purchased the W. A. Hem-
looking up the water power possibilities
place in W. McFarlands’ cigar store.
enway stock, and will continue to close
near1 Cottage Qrove. Wonder what it
The nine-months-old daughter of Mr. means? Are we to have an electric
L. F. Wooley was at the county seat and Mrs. Chas, Sharon died on Wednes railroad to Bohemia.
day morning at the home of its pa
Big diamond sale at Madsen’s next
Call and look at E. B. Grable’s line rents, a mile and a half west of Sag week.
of men’s and boys’ work shoes. They inaw. The child suffered a brief ill
Hampton & Co., The Spray-Wynne
are guaranteed. Store on Fourth ness from enteritis.
company, Simeral & VanDenberg,
What makes Cleveland’s Baking Burkholder & Woods, The Lyceum
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kayser spent Sun Powder sell? Quality and price. 3 Course, B. Lurch, Walker & Kinter
day with old acquaintances at Elmira, pound cans $1.00; 5 pound cans $1.65. and H. C. Cook have new advertise
Ask for the cans with the patent ments in The Sentinel today, to
their former home.
Manager Conley was in ' Eugene on screw top.
which your attention is directed.
Messrs. I. J. Walcott and R. B. War
Col. Veatch informs The Sentinel
The Cottage Grove Bottling works
that the committee having in charge
and C. Sariford have moved to the first of the week in the interest of the formation of the proposed Nesmith
building formerly occupied by the Owl Foster’s lots at that place. Sales, county, will convene within a few
however, were few, home people evi days, and soon thereafter the petition
Henry Combs and daughter Orpah of dently preferring to invest their sur will be filed. This petition bears
London were Eugene visitors on Mon plus money in property in their own something over 11.000 signatures, or
about 3,000 more than is required.
Mr. Hugh Hampton of Eugene was
You can get first class shoe and har
Biggest bargains in diamonds ever
ness repairing at the new shop of E. in the city on Wednesday, a guest of offered in Cottage Grove at Madsen’s
his brother-in-law, G. H. Tyson.
B. Grable, on Fourth street.
Eugene raised $5,000 at a . single
Mr. Ç. C. Woodward will open a real
The Woman’s Club will convene at
estate and brokerage office in the Wood meeting for promotion work, and ex the parlors of the Commercial club to
ward building as soon is it is completed. pects to increase the amount to $15,000. morrow afternoon. Mesdames Comp
The General Association of Congre ton and Jones will lead. The subjects
It is gratifying to know that The
Sentinel is apprciated by the people of gational churches convened in annual will be of a humorous character. Mrs.
this community. Thus far during the- session at the First. Congregational Compton will also make a report of
the meeting recently held at Forest
month of October twenty-six new sub church of Eugene on Tuesday.
scribers have been added to its list Waldo Hill flour has been ordered Grove.
Madsen has bought a fine line of
without solicitation on the part of the for the city markets. It is claimed
management and others are coming in that the Waldo Hill wheat comes near diamonds at a bargain, and will sell
daily. Advertisers should make a note est to the hard wheat product. W. them cheaper than you can buy them
Of this, as circulation is what makes B. McAllister, of Pratum, was here on anywhere else.
advertising beneficial to the man who Monday and .arranged for the flour to
Marshal Snodgrass will commence
be handled in the local‘markets as soon collecting the dog tax next week.
pays for it.
Cochran & Nichols pay the highest as shipments are received.
This tax is payable after July first of
price for second hand bicycles and
See that the label on your can of each year, but owing to the absence
guns. Take your repairing to them. .. baking powder reads Cream of Tartar, from duty of Mr. Snodgrass the matter
Work on the Lebanon-Crabtree ex Bi-carbonate of Soda and starch, as it has not been given proper attention.
tension of the Southern Pacific railroad takes all of these ingredients to make The tax is $3 for males and $5 for fe
is progressing rapidly. About two a perfect baking powder—such as males, butjf confined, or kept up, the
owner is not liable. The marshal tells
miles of grading has been completed Cleveland’s.
Chas. Beals and Walt. Mason left on The Sentinel that the tax must be
and more men and teams are being
Monday for a week’s hunting and fish paid forthwith, and all dogs found
H. C. Cook has this week moved his ing expedition in the Bohemia district. without a tag after a reasonable length
stock to the Woodward building, where Oh horseback they expect to go 60 of time will be killed.
he has commodious and well-appointed miles.
Gentlemen’s and ladies’ diamond
H. C. Cook is now located in the rings from $8 to $400. Call at Mad
Mrs. J. F. Hickey is visiting Eugene Woodward building, east of Hotel Ore sen’s and see them.
Levi Geer of Calapooia Springs was
J. I. Jones has instituted legal pro G. E. Parshall, son of Dr. Grant in town Thursday on business connected
ceedings in the circuit court to recover Parshall of this city, went to Harris with his organization. He says Mr.
$5,022.92 from-the Disston Lumber burg Monday to establish himself as a W. B. Dennis has gone to Chicago in
veterinarian. He is a graduate of a the. interest of the company.
A carload of new high grade pianos Chicago college.
Booster Conley and famliy called up
Clarence J. Morss is confined to his on friends in Springfield Tuesday
will arrive at Marion Veatch’s Music
store November 1st.
night. The booster says Springfield is
The Eastern Star will hold a regular The Rev. S. C. Adams was a busi- improving. At a meeting held Satur
meeting tonight, after which a Hal ncss visitor to Eugene on Monday. He day night it was decided to carry on
lowe’en program will be rendered.
was accompanied by Mrs. Adams.
publicity work similar to Cottage
The community books, which hav& Mrs. W. Nokes arrived here from Grove. The right kind of publicity
been long delayed, are expected to ar- . Seattle this week, joining her husband, brings results.
who preceded her a month. Mr. and
Albany capitalists, assisted by sonfe
Mr. A. C. Piper of Portland spent Mrs, Nokes will take up their perman outsiders, are backing a movement to
several days this week at the home of ent residence here.
erect an $80,000 four-story brick
his father, S. R. Piper of this city.
The Rev. W. A. Elkins, pastor of hostlery on the site of the present St.
Messrs. F. Snodgrass, G. Pitcher, the Christian church, has been com Charles hotel.
W. Groves, N. Martin and H. Cochran missioned Chaplain of the Fourth In Alva Wise brought up a nice band of
have returned from a hunting trip in fantry, O. N. G. He is , a member of goats from Cottage Grove one day last
Company E of this city.
week for his farm in Scotts Valley,
¿Among the jurors drawn for the No-
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Easley, says the Roseburg Review.
TERSELY TOLD TOWN TOPICS.
place the figure in the aggregate at judges and clerks of said election in
the second ward.
The city council met on Wednesday
The store room in H. C. Schleef’s
night in adjourned session to ean- building on the north side of Main
vass the vote, but no quorum was pres street near the bridge was the polling
Water System Will Now be Buiit ent, and it adjourned to Saturday night. place in the third ward and D. G.
The vote was not large, the inclement McFarland was designated as judge and
weather probably keeping many voters C. F. Walker and J. E.. Ostrander as
from the polls. Now that the bond judges and clerks of said election in the
issue has been authorized by the quali third ward.
FEW VOTES ARE POLLED fied electors of the city, the municipal
authorities will proceed to have plans
PAYS A VISIT TO BOHEMIA.
and specifications of the proposed work
Council Has No Quorum Wednesday prepared, and then advertise for bids Mr. Wynne is Favorably Impressed
Night to Canvass Vote, Official Fig for the construction work. And in the
With the Outlook.
ures are Nevertheless Given by the meantime arrangements will be per
F. Wynne, of the Spray-
fected for the sale of bonds.
Wynne Company, returned the first of
The First ward cast 50 votes, of the week from the Bohemia district,
The special municipal election on
Wednesday, held for the purpose of which 45 were for and 5 against the whither he went to install a gasoline
voting on the question of issuing bonds proposition. The Second ward cast a engine at the camp of S. J. Brand.
to an amount not exceeding $100,000, i 1 total of 31 votes; 27 for and 4 against. Mr. Wynne is quite enthusiastic over
said bonds to run for twenty-five'years The. Third ward cast 76 votes ; 57 for the prospects there, and believes
and bear interest at the rate of 5 per and 19 against. A total of 157 votes,- that ere long it will develop into a re
cent per annum, the proceeds from the as shown by the above, was cast in the markably good mining camp. He
bonds to be used in the construction of city, 129 -of which favored the issue, visited the Crystal, Music and other
a water works system, carried by a and 28 opposed it, making a cleariha- camps and wherever he went he found
pronounced majority. The only opposi jor ity of 101.
good prospects. He says the gold is
The polls were open for the purpose certainly in the field, the only thing
tion to the measure came from the
fact that the proposed mode of proce of said election from 9 o’clock in the lacking to make it productive being a
dure had not been fully explained by morning until 12 o’clock noon, and smelter. Mr. Wynne is particularly
the city council, the public generally from 1 o’clock until 5 ojcloek in the impressed with the Brand properties,
Tom Allen’s shop was where the stamps will soon begin to
appreciating the need of such an im afternoon.
provement. It is proposed to construct the voting place • in the first ward drop. -
a pipe line for a municipal water sys and R. M. Veatch was designated as
Ed. Jenks is now in the Bohemia dis
tem, the water to be taken from Layng judge and J. C. Wallace and J. K. trict doing assessment work. : He has
creek at a point near the line of the Barrett judges and clerks' of said elec several good claims.
forest reserve, a distance of about tion in the First ward.
twenty miles, and connect with the
The Council room in the city hall was
If you want a diamond to give for a
present water system. Estimates of the voting place in the Second ward, | Christmas present, call at Madsep’s
the probable cost, which have hereto and O. Veatch was designated as judge ! next week; $50 diamonds for $35 and
fore been published in The Sentinel, . and J. M. Durham and N. H. Martin, i $45 for $25.
OR the Balance of October we are going to offer
a trade inducement to the people that cannot fail to
Below are some reduced prices
Bear in mind that every gar
for your inspection.
ment is seasonable and up-to-date, all being purchas-
ed for NOWS trade.
Every article is a good value, and if
not satisfactory may be exchanged or money back.
our store and inspect the goods; you don’t have to buy unless
you want to
Boys’ Suits Reduced
Ladies’ and Children’s Coats
A Large Assortment of Knickerbocker Suits made
from the same fabrics as our Men’s Clothing at th e
$6.50 Suits for
While They Last.
This Sale is only to make room for an Eastern ship
ment now enroute.
The latest fashions will be found at our store from
$2 00 to $6 50
“Best Yet” Children’s Storm Capes
The only thing for School wear, protects the child
from head to foot, $2 50
All Reduced This Month, Ending October 31.
Ladies’ $ 18 Coats for
- 14 75
14.50“ “ -
- 10 75
“ “ -
7.50 “ “
- 6 75
Children’s $8,50 Coats
- 3 50
Children’s. Bear Skin Coats
3.75 Coats -
4.75 Coats - - 4 25
Ladies’ Black Satin Waists
Embroidered $1 50.
Black Satin Skirts, $1 00
Mens Tailored Suits
Hundreds of Samples to Select from,
and every suit or overcoat absolutely
guaranteed to fit perfectly. We rep
resent one of the very best merchant
tailoring establishments in America, and
our instructions are to return any suit
that fails to fit. We haven’t had to
send one back as yet. When you come
to us for clothing of this kind you are,
practically speaking, stepping into one
of the largest tailor shops on the con
SUITS $15 TO $40
A Saving of $3 to $10 on every Suit